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Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

Article about: Hi to all, Annoyed from this ads?   I introduce myself, my name is Alex. I'm from Argentina. I want to share with you one of my favorite historical rifles. On this occasion using open s

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    Default Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Hi to all,
    I introduce myself, my name is Alex. I'm from Argentina. I want to share with you one of my favorite historical rifles. On this occasion using open sights, Federal ammunition, 150 grains SP, 164 yd.
    With 97 years of living still roaring loud and gaining attention in all shooting ranges in Buenos Aires.
    Cheers boys

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303

    Lee Enfield MkIII* 1918 Cal .303
    Last edited by saxe1974; 01-17-2015 at 04:02 PM.

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    SMLE's are beautiful rifles, yours looks to be a really nice one.

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    keep the old girl roaring.

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    Classic!.....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Hello Alex-who is the maker of the rifle?

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    Nice rifle Alex, looks in good condition

    Lithgow, the rifle looks like a BSA, I can just make out the stamp in the second photo

    Paul

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    Its a GR, BSA. Has some markings proof of George Rex and broad arrows. In particular I have doubts about two marks. A mark of GR with a letter B below, the letter looks different as something stylized, similiar to an Arabic character. The other mark is the bolt that says EFD, the only thing I found about it is that it refers to the factory at Enfield Lock. Maybe you or someone has some information about this or other details of the source and destination.
    I add some photos of the markings.
    Thank You

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    Its a GR, BSA. Has some markings proof of George Rex and broad arrows. In particular I have doubts about two marks. A mark of GR with a letter B below, the letter looks different as something stylized, similiar to an Arabic character. The other mark is the bolt that says EFD, the only thing I found about it is that it refers to the factory at Enfield Lock. Maybe someone has some information about this or other details of the source and destination.
    I add some photos of the markings.
    Thanks and regards

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    The stylised B is a Bsa mark, so no worries there. never seen that mark on the charger bridge before(CAI AI R VT) is that a unit mark or an import stamp for Argentina?

    Paul

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    US importers mark-VT is the state code for Vermont-CAI is Century Arms Inc, St Albans.

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